It’s time to get some holiday spiffing done, forget spring cleaning! It is time to begin the preparations for Christmas and the New Year. With Christmas and the New Year just around the corner, it is time to get our house ready for family, friends, and Santa Claus. You will obviously have to dust and vacuum your house before the celebrations begin, but what else can you do to give it a quick spruce up before all the festivities begin? We’ve gathered some ideas that we promise will help you spruce up your home in no time at all while listening to some Christmas music!
Polish The Floors And Clean The Carpets
Start by finding the ideal vacuum by looking at vacuum comparisons. Hire a carpet cleaner and start cleaning. Give the carpet a pristine, fresh look by removing the stains from the kids’ cleats. Take the time to polish your hardwood floors if you have them. Vacuuming the floors is not the only thing you should do for the floors. Clean and pristine floors can make a huge difference in the appearance of every room.
Painting the hallway, the kitchen, or the foyer now is a good idea. Spring and summer are great months to paint, but why not paint before your family comes over for dinner? Simply grab a paint can and get started. Powdery blues, silvery grays, crisp whites, and key lime greens are simple, year-round colors that give any space a quick and easy refreshment.
Get New Furniture
There’s nothing like a brand new living room set or a brand new dining room table to complement your family’s decor, it’s time for an early Christmas present! If you would like something new for the house, don’t wait until Christmas morning. You will be amazed at the stylish accessories that can be found in your home. Get them early and impress your guests.
Decorate Outside Of Your Home
Let everyone know that you are spreading holiday cheer! Taking good care of your outdoor space is one of the most important aspects of decorating your house for the holidays. The last thing you want is to have an arid front lawn, especially in the winter months when all the greenery is gone! You can easily make your house the cheeriest place on the block by using twinkle lights, gorgeous wreaths, and even by using a blow-up Santa.
Add A Bit Of Christmas In Every Room
Place sparkly placemats in the kitchen and Christmas hand towels in the guest bathroom. Decorate the mantel with stockings and lovely Santa statues. The entry doors should be decorated with fun wreaths, and the banister should be lit up with twinkle lights. Set up a tree and fill it with gifts. Candles with festive scents should be lit, and couch throw pillows should be fluffed up for the holidays. Make sure you sprinkle a little bit of this wonderful season everywhere you can.
These tips should help you to get your home ready for the festive season. Do you have any other tips to add? Please share some in the comments below.